The Making of the Graduate Working Class
Jeff Schuhrke | Jan 29, 2019
Grant of the Week: Herbert G. Gutman Prize for Outstanding Dissertation
Zoë Jackson | Dec 20, 2018
AHA Member Spotlight: Phil Rubio
Matthew Keough | Mar 6, 2018Phil Rubio is associate professor of history at North Carolina A&T State University in Greensboro.
AHA Member Spotlight: Margaret Lynch-Brennan
Matthew Keough | Dec 27, 2017Margaret Lynch-Brennan is a current public scholar for Humanities New York.
Will Robots Rule the World?
Dane Kennedy | Dec 11, 2017What impact will robots and automation have on the workplace? Panelists at a recent National History Center briefing looked to history for clues.
Grant of the Week: Herbert Gutman Dissertation Prize
Zoe Jackson | Oct 25, 2017The Labor and Working-Class History Association announces its annual Herbert Gutman Dissertation Prize.
“Vermin are Like Weeds in Your Garden”: Fences, Poisons, and Agricultural Transformation in Colonial Namibia
Bernard C. Moore | Jul 20, 2017
Killing for Sheep
Bernard C. Moore | Jun 9, 2017Blog Contest winner Bernard C. Moore's blog series explores how vermin control transformed southern Namibian agriculture under apartheid and colonialism.
Race, Class, and History in the Trump Era
Tyler Stovall | May 1, 2017From the President